3 Must-reads highlighting the 2021 Fetch dvm360® Kansas City conference
Are you planning on attending ACVC? If so, here are 3 articles from our last live conference to get you in the spirit.
With the Atlantic Coast Veterinary Conference (ACVC) returning live and in person next week (October 11, 2021, through October 13, 2021), we're spreading the excitement by spotlighting notable coverage from the recent Fetch dvm360® Kansas City conference. This year, ACVC attendees can look forward to a host of engaging talks from industry leaders, networking opportunities, educational activities, and so much more.
From an overview on how to best manage head trauma patients to the latest pet food trends and alternative ingredients—there's something for everyone. Happy reading!
- Managing head trauma in veterinary patients: Are you intimidated by head trauma patients? If so, Danielle Powers, DVM, DACVIM (Neurology) gave a comprehensive overview on how to manage head trauma patients from start to finish.
- Pet food trends: Bug protein and cannabis: Robin Saar, RVT, VTS (Nutrition) shared findings from several studies on the pros and cons of implementing insect protein and cannabis into your patients' diets.
- 5 steps to consider before promoting a new partner at your practice: Charlotte Lacroix, DVM, JD, shared 5 steps to take when you're considering retirement and looking to promote your successor from within.
Still not registered for ACVC? Don't worry, there is still time! Register here today.